October 1st– 31st: Boo at the Zoo

Join us DAILY October 1–31 for Boo at the Zoo: Storybook Safari—a modified, masked version of Denver’s family favorite! Throughout our 84-acre campus, classic animal stories and fairy tales come to life with costumed characters, mythical creatures, unforgettable animal experiences and food fit for a king or queen! And don’t forget: Nature Connects®, Art with LEGO® Bricks will still be up for your enjoyment, too! So, get the whole family suited up in costume, and come celebrate Halloween in a way that’s safe, socially distanced and candy-free…but still VERY sweet.” Tickets & More Info!

October 1st– 31st: Corn Maze

Wind your way through seven acres of corn. The maze can be viewed from two 15-foot tall illuminated bridges. Visitors under the age of 10 can explore the corn mini-maze. In October, pick the perfect pumpkin from the 10-acre pumpkin patch. Fridays, Saturdays & Sundays.” Tickets & More Info!

October 2nd– 31st: Fritzler Farm Park                                                   
“Since 2000, The Fritzler Family has welcomed young and old to their farm park! Their iconic Corn Maze designs only touch the top of the mountain as Fritzler Farm Park offers over 25 attractions during their Fall Season! Pumpkin Patch, Pedal Go-Carts, Barrel Train, and Pumpkin Cannons, only to name a few.” More Info!

October 16th– 17th: Great American Beer Festival                                         
The Great American Beer Festival® was founded in 1982, and has been growing and evolving along with the American craft brewing industry ever since. GABF® was voted the No.1 beer festival in the country by 10Best and is listed as one of the top 1,000 places in the U.S. to visit before you die.Due to COVID-19, the country’s preeminent beer festival and competition will pivot this year’s event to an online experience, October 16–17, 2020 and a national passport program.Between October 1-18, GABF passport holders will have exclusive access to onsite and online deals at more than 800 participating breweries nationwide.” More Info!

October 16th– 30th: Ghosts in the Gardens
Denver Botanic Gardens dares you to join us after dark with haunting stories of the Gardens’ 100 years of history and points of interest in what used to be called The Boneyard. Visitors strolling through the Gardens will encounter socially distanced storytellers sharing real staff ghost stories, actual overnight security staff ghost encounters and intriguing history. Conjure your courage and capture your fear as you walk our dimly lit paths after hours and dare to have your own ghostly encounter, here at Denver Botanic Gardens.” Tickets & More Info!

October 22nd– November 8th: Denver Film Fest                                       
Best seat in the house.Welcome to the 43rd Denver Film Festival. This year we are hosting the Festival on our new virtual platform, which will allow us to bring Official Selections, exclusive filmmaker conversations, bonus content, special guests and more, to all of Colorado.” Tickets & More Info!

October 28th– November 2nd: Día de los Muertos Celebration
Celebrate Day of the Dead with virtual offerings this year! Since we all can’t gather in person on the actual day, we invite you to join us in a virtual celebration of Denver Botanic Gardens’ observance of Día de los Muertos. This traditional Mexican “Day of the Dead” celebration offers at-home fun for the whole family. Download coloring pages, learn how to make sugar skulls and shop our virtual mercado.” More Info!

Have a great October and stay safe and healthy!